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Possible correct spellings for asn't

  • East(Definition of east)
  • The ethnographical symmetry of that plan has been hopelessly violated by the introduction into the indian territory, and even the incorporation with the southern tribes, of individuals, broken bands, and even entire tribes, originally from the north and north-east.

  • Ante(Definition of ante)
  • Rameses dismissed his attendants in the ante-room of his apartments; when they were alone he turned to bent-anat and said affectionately.

  • Usn(Definition of USN)
  • Inst(Definition of inst)
  • Head quarters, before camden, april 26, 1781. dear sir, i have to acknowledge the receipt of your two letters, dated 23d and 25th inst.

  • Aslant(Definition of aslant)
  • At the critical moment my horse started, my finger struck the scrap aslant, the pebble flew out, and the bit of stuff fluttered into a whin-bush close to my stirrup-and was lost!

  • Ain't
  • It's evydent they ain't goin' ter lose no more of us!

  • Sand(Definition of sand)
  • Just then one pair of legs, the longer pair, stirred, the sand heaved up convulsively, and, uttering wandering words in a choky voice, there arose the figure of oliver orme.

  • Ant(Definition of ant)
  • I think it was that unlucky joke of mine which first set mameena thinking, "like a white ant in its tunnel," as saduko said.

  • Isn't
  • He isn't fond of the open green meadows or of damp places as danny is, but likes best the edge of the green forest and brushy places.

  • Saint(Definition of saint)
  • After waiting three days, the expected stores, which had come down from london by waggon, were brought alongside, and, going out by saint helen's, we stood down channel.

  • Aunt(Definition of aunt)
  • It's too aunt jerry-ish.

  • Anti(Definition of anti)
  • In fact, those iv ye that're anti-seemites 'll niver lack imployment," i'd say.

  • Azt
  • Cserebogar sarga cserebogar nem kerdem en toeled mi korlesz nyar ast sem kerdem sokaig elek e? csak azt mond meg rozsame leszek e?

  • Snit
  • Est(Definition of est)
  • Homo corruptus nihil boni potest veris ac ex corde proficiscentibus motibus operari aut cooperari, nom plane est spiritualiter mortuus et dei imaginem seu omnes bonas vires et inclinationes prorsus amisit.

  • Snot(Definition of snot)
  • Assn
  • De long, jas. c., a. s. assn.

  • Sent(Definition of sent)
  • He still felt sceptical, we are told, and so a photograph was sent.

  • And(Definition of And)
  • He leant over and took jane oglander's letter from her hand.

  • Asset(Definition of asset)
  • Achille was an invaluable asset in the governing of this kingdom of france.

  • Int
  • Life saving service 1,800 39 keepers 700 3 collectors int.

  • Wasn't
  • Ont
  • Ils nous ont tromps; mais que voulez-vous y faire maintenant?

  • Assent(Definition of assent)
  • 1. he has refused his assent to laws the most wholesome and necessary for the public good.

  • Asst
  • E. w. barber, 3d asst.

  • Ascent(Definition of ascent)
  • Neither the fire of the enemy nor the difficulties of the ascent checked them.

  • Ascend(Definition of ascend)
  • The angel will begin his task this day at two o'clock precisely, and he will work till half an hour before sunset, since he must ascend again into heaven while the daylight lasts.

  • Santa
  • When i go out-when i was going out in the santa lucia, i looked at the english gentlemen-all so simple and honest in their dress-perhaps a steel watch-chain to a gold watch-not a sham gold chain to no watch!

  • Usenet
  • Hasn't
  • I guess this place must have said to itself, 'hello, here's gordon carbhoy on the train; he's every sort of fool, he don't know if it's palm sunday or candlemas, he hasn't got more sense than an old hen with kittens, let's divert him where we think he ought to go.

  • Absent(Definition of absent)
  • And yet one was absent; her mother was no more there; she was gone and little rosalie was alone by the gate!

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